[Phpwm] [OT] Youtube for video upload/backend for Website
petegraham1 at gmail.com
Fri Dec 10 14:49:38 UTC 2010
Thanks for your suggestions so far. The client is keen on using Youtube as
they have a branded Youtube channel already and would like the sites video
content featured there too. However we're considering other video
upload/hosting solutions due to Youtubes apparent limitations.
On 10 December 2010 14:41, Ed Lea <edleadesign at gmail.com> wrote:
> any particular reason for youtube?
> there are plenty of white label services like http://blip.tv/ or these
> On 10 December 2010 14:37, Pete Graham <petegraham1 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I'm starting work on a brands website that will let registered users
>> upload videos. I didn't want to reinvent the wheel so was planning to use
>> Youtube as a backend to handle the upload and storage. Ideally the uploaded
>> video will go to the brands Youtube channel (I don't want users to have to
>> need to log-in to Youtube and the client wants to have ownership of the
>> I'd seen sites like Speech Breaker (bit over a year old now)
>> http://www.speechbreaker.co.uk/ which were publishing videos to one
>> Youtube channel (which appeared to be using the PHP API). However from
>> reading up on Youtube API documentation and terms & conditions it seems
>> somewhat unclear if this is allowed anymore.
>> Does anyone know if this is possible? I'm currently researching
>> alternatives, I'd prefer to use a existing video website API (can Google
>> Video or Vimeo handle this?). Rolling our own solution is a possibility but
>> we don't control the hosting environment so installation of custom video
>> conversation software (FFMPEG, etc) could be problematic.
>> Any ideas greatly appreciated.
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